If the Comcast/NBCU deal is approved, it will combine one of the best cable operators and one of the best programmers when it comes to pay equity, advancement opportunities and resources
for work and life (PAR) for women, according to an association of and for those women.
Both companies were cited twice in the just-released Women In Cable Telecommunications tally of the best companies in those categories.
Comcast was among five companies cited for best operator, la category led, for the seventh consective year, by Cox Communications, which claimed the Forerunner Accolade award for the best
operator. Joining Cox and Comcast in the winners/recognition circule were Time Warner Cable, Bright Houst and Suddenlink.
NBC Universal was among the best operators, with Discovery taking the Forerunner Accolade as best of the best. Joining them were Turner, Scripps Networks and Lifetime.
Best companies for Pay equity were Scripps, Turner, Discovery, Cox and ESPN.
Best companies for advancement opportunities were Scrips, Cox, Comcast, Bright House, and Turner.
Best for work/life support were Cox, Discovery, Turner, NBCU and Time Warner.